John Moore Van
Air Duct Cleaning

Air Duct Cleaning for Cleaner, Easy-to-Breathe Air for Your Houston Area Home

Air duct systems are designed to be fairly resilient; dust, dirt, and debris cling to the sides of your air ducts, and it takes a while for it to build up to the point where they need to be cleaned. However, if your air ducts truly are dirty, having them cleaned will reduce the likelihood of contamination, decrease the strain put on your AC fan motor, and make it easier to breathe.
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When should air ducts be cleaned?

Although there has been no scientific research to prove that air duct cleaning improves the indoor air quality of your home, the EPA states there are three cases where your home’s air ducts should be cleaned:

  • If there is substantial mold growth on components of your heating/cooling system
  • If your ducts are infested with rodents
  • If your ducts are clogged with excessive amounts of dust and debris and/or particles are actually released into the home from your supply registers.

Because air ducts stretch through the entirety of your home, have a lot of sections and parts, and are hidden within your home’s walls, John Moore has an extensive checklist so we can effectively clean all the components of your duct work.

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John Moore’s Air Duct Cleaning Checklist

Air Duct cleaning can be a tricky process. If done incorrectly, it can actually harm your indoor air quality. To ensure that our customers’ ducts get the best cleaning every time, and that we improve the quality of air in your home, John Moore’s licensed duct cleaners follow this step-by-step process.

Conduct IAQ Assessment (see John Moores IAQ assessment checklist)
Remove registers and clean them outside with water and a scrub brush
Locate dust and dander build-up with an Endoscope
Use a Roto Brush to clean the dust and dander within the duct work through the supply air register holes
Use an Endoscope again to find any areas that have been missed by the Roto Brush
Roto Brush any areas that have been missed
Use an Endoscope to ensure all dust, dander, and debris have been removed
Empty gathered dust and dander into a trash bag outside
Install Access Doors for sanitizer spray (if necessary)
Spray Nisus DSV disinfectant/sanitizer with clean fogger into the access doors.
Seal all access doors
Install cleaned registers back into place
Inspect the HVAC system one last time to ensure it has been fully sealed

Remember, air duct cleaning is one way to address the indoor air quality of your home. If anyone in your home has allergies or asthma and notices that their symptoms are worse when inside, you may want to consider some of John Moore’s other Indoor Air Quality products and services